Success with hardy geraniums
Hardy geraniums are undemanding plants to grow that don’t require feeding. The short forms need a well-drained sunny position. Cut down repeat-flowering geraniums in late summer. They’ll flower again four weeks later. Veined petals guide bees to nectar.
Even sterile hybrids are bee friendly. Best time to divide is early spring.
Purple geraniums and perovskia create a lustrous blue skirt around orange kniphofia spires